A heart wrenching video account showing the cruelty to the dogs held at a South Korean meat market.

A heart wrenching video account showing the cruelty to the dogs held at a South Korean meat market.
Animal Freedom Korea ( http://www.animals.or.kr/ ).

Further information : http://www.idausa.org/campaigns/korea…

Please visit United Dogs and sign their petition to hhttp://www.uniteddogs.com/stopkilling…elp end this trade, Video production details:

 

A video from Animal Freedom Korea ( http://www.animals.or.kr/ ) networked by Companion Animal Network TV – CANTV ( http://www.companionanimalnetworktv.org/ ) to raise the awareness of the suffering and to ask you to TAKE ACTION TODAY to stop the suffering.

To help fund Companion Animal Network TV’s work to help suffering animals please visit this link:
http://www.companionanimalnetworktv.o…

Seal Alert-SA Publicly Offers Sealers $15/Seal/Day Not to Club Endangered Seals

The ‘business’ of saving seals is just that, business. Whether $7 is paid for a seal skin or $10 is charged to view seals in the wild or $25 is donated regularly to campaign against cruel seal hunts or $100 is donated to rescue seals or $500 is paid to adopt-a-seal or $5000 is paid for a seal fur jacket, it is all business at the end of the day. Therefore buying out the Namibian sealing industry, to stop clubbing and cruelty, to give these endangered seals a life-time in the wild, at $15 a seal, makes good business sense.

The 910 000 seals earmarked to be killed by sealers until 2019, at $15 a seal, will cost Seal Alert-SA and its supporters $14 million, the price the Namibian sealing industry has offered.

Today,1 July 2009 is D-Day for Namibia’s 85 000 baby seal pups. According to a front page report in The Namibian newspaper yesterday, (http://www.namibian.com.na/news-articles/national/full-story/archive/2009/june/article/million-dollar-bid-to-end-seal-clubbing ), “The sealing season starts on July 1 I think, there have been no changes”, Dr Moses Maurihungiriri, Director of Resource Management at the Ministry, told The Namibian yesterday.“We are in the third year of a three-year rolling seal quota of 85 000 seal pups and 6 000 bulls annually, which was issued in 2007,” he added.

Read more: http://sealalertsa.wordpress.com/2009/07/01/seal-alert-sa-publicly-offers-sealers-15sealday-not-to-club-endangered-seals/